A video heavy amount of content, from Elon Musk unveiling Tesla’s solar panels, the rule of 72 and why it’s so important, The Economist on Japan’s second city Osaka and a video discussing Caesar and his campaign in Gaul (58 B.C.E.). The first link is an article by Share Parish (Farnam Street blog) on why it’s hard to create new habits.
The Broccoli Point: Why Creating Habits Is Hard
‘Read the below with this caveat in mind: Constant learning and self-improvement can and must be done for great life results.’
Elon Musk unveils his vision on the future of solar panels:
Video from The Economist, Osaka: sushi, tattoos, and a flourishing nightlife:
Japan’s second city has become the country’s fastest growing tourist hotspot. Famed for its food, Osaka stands apart from other cities in Japan. A sushi chef, a poet and a tattoo artist show us why their city is the top choice for the culturally curious visitor in the latest episode of our Passport travel series.
Historia Civilis submitted a new video this week:Caesar vc Ariovistus (58 B.C.E.)
Mohnish Pabrai launched this week his own website/blog: Know 72
Why Know 72? This video explains the easy but oh so important concept of understanding the rule of 72:
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The David Rubenstein Show: Bill Gates “The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations” explores successful leadership through the personal and professional choices of the most influential people in business. Renowned financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein travels the country talking to leaders to uncover their stories and their path to success. The first episode features Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. (Source: Bloomberg)
Warren Buffett & Bill Gates: On Success University of Washington’s Husky Union on July 20, 1998.
Warren Buffettand Bill Gates, treated business students at the University of Washington to a rare public dialogue. The funny, philosophical and personal conversation between these two business leaders and unlikely friends focused on the things most important to them. Buffett and Gates share an extraordinary appreciation of the qualities that matter most, in work and in life.